Sutcliffe


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Sutcliffe

Herbert. 1894--1978, English cricketer, who played for Yorkshire; scorer of 149 centuries and 1000 runs in a season 24 times
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Shim Sutcliffe's work to date has enthusiastically embraced architecture and landscape through commissions to design parks, gardens and pavilions as well as residential (AR March 2000) and civic buildings.
Sutcliffe, right, who died of a brain haemorrhage four decades ago, played bass in a prototype of the band and his tale was told in the movie Backbeat.
Sutcliffe hopes to feature against Antrim in Sunday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1B tie - a crucial game after Saturday's surprise loss to Offaly.
A source said: "Sutcliffe says she is about to be added to his approved visitor list.
Sutcliffe, of Cherry Sutton, Widnes, was immediately locked up for a year by judge Tina Landale, at Warrington Crown Court.
Former lorry driver and gravedigger Sutcliffe was were shared by a former Huddersfield detective.
Doctors say Sutcliffe, who murdered 13 women and tried to kill seven others, should be transferred to a specialist prison unit.
Oldfield had led another investigation in April 1966, and called at Sutcliffe's family home in Bingley, Yorkshire, to question his younger brother Michael about the murder of Fred Craven, a disabled bookie who lived just 100 yards away.
Sutcliffe, of Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury, was jailed for 14 months in June but was returned to Wolverhamapton Crown Court to face a proceeds of crime hearing.
Mrs Sutcliffe, of Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, was 98 when she passed away in August.